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Funny photos of labels in a snarkily labeled playroom.
After crying to my husband and family for the days after my diagnosis, I blamed myself for having Gestational Diabetes. I told myself that it was because I had gotten too fat and used Google to freak myself out about giant needles, giant babies and giant food restrictions....
Do you have little tykes at home who consistently interrupt your child-free post-tuck-in time with call outs?
Feminine product humor.
Our playroom reminds me on a daily basis of why it is unnecessary, why it was more for me than my kids, and why less is more.
Although I am sure the idea was floating around before I gave birth to it, I had never heard of it, so much like Al Gore “invented the internet,” if asked I will claim to have invented the Breakfast Picnic.
I have found that following these 7 simple rules has helped me keep my elbows off the table when submitting my work and even earned me a gold star a few times.
A failed attempt at potty training and why a mother decided to hold off until her son was ready.
How Twitter suggesting that I follow LeBron James made a self conscious mom realize that the unsolicited advice of others is often useless.
There are several things you can do to ratchet down the amount of time and energy you are spending on your blog during this time of year so you can take a more passive role and make time for important things like food, family, festivities and fun!
Here are a few ways to get into an editor's good graces without sending annoying suck up emails, ‘accidentally’ running into editors at blogging conferences, or doing other submission-related stalking.
there are some tricks that might help jog your memory and give you some new (old) material to write about: